Ronald A. Gray has lost another court battle aimed at stopping his execution.
A military appeals court dismissed Gray’s request for extraordinary relief last month.
Gray, a convicted serial killer whose crimes were committed in Fayetteville and on Fort Bragg, had asked the court to review his case as he sought to have his convictions and death sentence vacated.
The Nov. 13 opinion of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces was the latest in a nearly 30-year legal battle over Gray’s case.
On Monday, an Army spokeswoman was not immediately able to comment on whether there are any other pending legal proceedings in the case. The spokeswoman also could not comment on whether an execution date has been scheduled or will be scheduled.
Gray is the longest-serving inmate on the military’s death row and is the only current prisoner whose execution has been approved by a